Complete Study Guide for A Wrinkle in Time. NOW INCLUDES CHARACTER ANALYSIS, CHAPTER SUMMARIES, AND A SEPARATE STUDY GUIDE FOR STUDENTS WHO NEED EXTRA SUPPORT (the support study guide does not have questions, they will still need to use the class study guide). Over 80 slides with writing prompts, visual writing prompts, vocabulary review, analogies, literary elements, and figures of speech.Complete lesson plans for figures of speech are included as well.
Pages 2-53: Chapter writing prompts and visual writing prompts (real world connections)
Pages 54-62: Vocabulary practice and analogies
Pages 63-77: Literary Elements and practice for each.
characters, protagonist, antagonist, static characters, dynamic characters, flat characters, round characters, epiphany, motivation, setting, conflict, external and internal conflicts, plot structure components using Freytag’s Pyramid, point of view, theme, flashback, foreshadowing, mood, tone, diction, characterization, direct and indirect characterization,and imagery.
Pages 78-83: Figures of Speech and practice for each.
euphemism, idiom, metaphor, personification, simile, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, alliteration, allusion, and symbolism.
Pages 84-87: Extended Activities List
Pages 88- 121: Complete lesson plans for Onomatopoeia, Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Idioms, Hyperbole, and Characterization (all stories and worksheets included). The lesson plans also include PowerPoint Presentations for each! Several PPT's contain video clips!
Pages 122-137: Vocabulary Quiz, Chapter Quizzes, Final Quiz, and Answer Keys